Seminar on Blogging: Tips to write a good blog given by Mahak Garg in the seminar Fest 2021
9 months ago
Blogging is a way to share your expertise and ideas and—at the same time—build a platform for you to earn some passive income. Ms Mahak Garg, a student of HiDM under the guidance of her mentor Er. Manmohan Singla (Director-HiDM) conducted a seminar on Blogging on Nov. 24, 2021.
She said, “Blogging is a technique that is not new, but people are getting inclined more towards it as it is a platform to earn some extra income. She explained the entire blogging process, how to create and set up a blog, where to start, Top Bloggers, How to earn from Blogging, future of Blogging and some tips to write a good blog. At the end of the seminar, a small questionnaire round was also there. Prior to this seminar, Anish Jindal, a student of HiDM conducted the seminar on On-Page SEO.
Digital Marketing Seminar fest 2021 is a part of HiDM’s SAP section, where SAP stands for Student Activities and Programs. The seminar series is being conducted by HiDM to provide professional exposure to students to make them excel in their future jobs. In the seminar Fest 2021, students are presenting different Digital marketing topics under the guidance of their mentor Er. Manmohan Singla.
Digital marketing is one of the emerging trends in the world. Every business irrespective of its size is using digital marketing techniques to grow its success graph. Digital marketing is not just posting on Facebook and Instagram, it is much more than that. If you’re running a business and you’re not online, then surely you will lose some customers as compared to those who are present online. Digital marketing gives more return on investment than traditional marketing and helps you to reach those customers who have never visited you offline. It gives information about your brand presence to them. Thus, in the present technologically advanced era, learning digital marketing courses for your own business has become essential, also, it is one of the most job-demanding areas.